BANGKOK, 10 June 2011 – The Moviemov-Italian Film Festival 2011 has already kicked off with 15 quality films being put on screen free of charge until 12 June 2011 at SFX Cinema Emporium in Bangkok.
The festival is organised as part of the celebrations on 150 years of Italian unification. The 15 selected films reflect the identity of Italian society as well as the beauty of Italian culture and tradition. Some of the films are La Scuola E’finita, Amici Miei, Parenti Serpenti, Una Vita Tranquilla and Dieci Inverni.
In addition to the Italian films, two Thai films have been honoured to be shown in the festival, including ‘Last Life in the Universe’ (Rak Noinid Mahasan) and ‘Ploy’, both by famous Thai director and screenwriter Pen-Ek Ratanaruang.
All films are in both English and Thai subtitles. Interested moviegoers can ask for tickets 30 minutes before the show time, free of charge at Moviemov registration point at SFX Cinema Emporium.
Further information can be enquired by dialling 02-268-8888 or visiting www.sfcinemacity.com.